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A quiet traditional Galician village set in vineyards. Great for nature walks or just relaxing. Car needed to get around. It's a short commuting distance to Rivadavia where there are some great restaurants to be found and thermal baths are close by.
Such a beautiful city. It was a joy to stay there and we loved every minute. The highlight for us must be the Cathedral and Pilgrim's Mass which was an experience we will never forget. Whatever your religion or not, the sanctity & beauty of both are not to be missed. The atmosphere of the city; the friendliness of people; our lovely hotel & welcoming staff; the fish restaurants, and the delicious Galician wine, all added to ambience of this historic city. We could have happily stayed a few days more, there was so much to see which we didn't have time for. Santiago de Compostela is 'must' for a rich, colourful & spiritual experience. We will return!
Santiago de Compostela has a lot of religious history. It is built around the remains of St James found in the 800s & elevated to a cathedral completed in the 1200s. Even pilgrims who do the camino just for the physical challenge are inevitably drawn to the Romanesque Cathedral (with a Baroque facade) as the copestone of their trip & queue at long lines to embrace the pillar & statue of St James at the altar. The number of pilgrims all year round and the crowds during the noontime pilgrim masses attest that St James dominates here. They are honored with occasional botafumeiro incense rituals, a treat also for tourists to behold. The historical city is itself a joy to discover: huge stone slabs (as against cobblestones in other old cities) along the tiny winding streets, the numerous centuries-old smaller churches, numerous small cafes serving Galician staples (pulpo, zamburinas/veiras, mejilliones) beans & Galician soup. Occasional gourmet finds are around too. But it has its new town too, booming largely from the tourist industry & now self-sustaining a growing population.
Santiago de Compostela is a MAJESTIC and an amazing place. Galician people are very friendly and helpful. The buildings, art, culture, gastronomy, landscape and religious aspects are all absolutely incredible. It is a Glorious City.
The views, Fragas de Eumenides, well signed walking paths and good local maps. The wether changes all the time in March - four seasons in one day so come prepared with wet weather gear and then be prepared to strip off as tou get hot. A beautiful part of Galicia
Cathedral is main focus of the city. The old town is a typical warren of streets and plazas that you get lost in until the day before you leave when you finally suss it out. The market is a must see. We also took a trip to Finisterre and the Galician coast which was very enjoyable. There are a number of museums and churches so you need to choose to avoid culture fatigue. Good restaurants and excellent ice cream
A lovely relaxed city with an old town with plenty of inviting eating places and you dont have to be a pilgrim to visit this part of Galicia. There are lots of individual shops selling clothing and accessories which is a nice change from the multi stores. We would recommend taking a taxi from the airport to the city centre which is a fixed price of 21 euros. The bus is cheaper (3 euros each) but it takes 45 mins each way which is ok if you have enough time.
A Coruna is a beautiful city with plenty of things to do. There are lots of beaches for a good walk and for the shopaholics plenty of shops both local and national that will strike a balance with anyone. This city has great variety and a good lot of restaurants, cafes and monuments for anyone to enjoy. I would recommend that you visit Maria Pita Square, Tower of Hercules and the A Coruna Aquarium are all personal highlights for anyone to visit. Finally for the surfers out there there are beaches with spectacular waves for anyone to have great fun. A Coruna is easy to get around on bus, foot and taxi and if you want to visit other parts of Galicia you can visit by train as well.
Finisterre is a fascinating fishing village with interesting nooks and crannies to explore. I enjoyed a traditional meal at a Galician restaurant and was able to buy snacks at the local supermarket and enjoyed the morning market on the quay. A walk to the lighthouse is a must for those finishing the coastal Camino from Santiago to Finisterre
One of the most beautiful cities I have ever been. Also visit galicia if you have a chance. Must cities are: Lugo, Ourense ( City of free amazing thermal baths everywhere in the city and surround), Playa de las Catedrales is a must.
8.2 Very good 1,637 reviews
The hotel has a fantastic location, just round the corner from Plaza Mayor and all shops and the streets with the tapas restaurants. Rooms are quite big as well as the comfortable beds. Most rooms have a small balcony with good views and the rooftop terrace is nice. Reception staff is very friendly and helps you with suggestions for visiting Lugo or other places in Galicia. If you arrive by car, the hotel will send you directions on how to get there to unload your stuff, parking (6€ per day is very cheap) only 200m away.
8.8 Fabulous 1,516 reviews
Incredibly helpful, kind and generous staff! Alberto who greeted us was so friendly and he gave us fantastic recommendations! We had the most DELICIOUS Galician dinner thanks to him and we were blown away by his enthusiasm. The hotel is in an awesome location and facilities and rooms are incredible! Clean and classy and our room had a great view out to the ocean. Highly recommend this Hotel!
8.4 Very good 1,482 reviews
Although located just out of the centre of town in a modern shopping development, the hotel is quiet and the centre is easily accessible by public transport, (bus €1 or taxi €5 to centre and c€23 to Airport). The bus C11 (seven stops) leaves you at Plaza Galicia adjacent to the Airport bus stop and a short walk from the centre. The staff are exceedingly helpful.
7.6 Good 88 reviews
It's a big institutional youth hostel building belonging the government - my pillowcase had a Xunta de Galicia logo! It was clean and well organised. When I visited it was nearly empty so quiet, in fact too quiet - a bit spooky. The sheets were nice and clean. It's cheap for what you get - I was on my own in a twin room with an ensuite.
7.8 Good 646 reviews
After a month walking across Spain a weeks relaxation at this wonderful apartment was just what was required. Excellent host, lovely, clean apartment and comfortable beds. A perfect base to explore Santiago de Compostela and wider Galicia with good links to public transport and close proximity to the airport. Nice walk to town too.
8.3 Very good 539 reviews
Everything - the hotel, staff and all services were great, secure garage, good wifi, full breakfast and their cafe bar does big pints of draught beer and the tastiest, fresh and plentiful tapas I have had in Spain. A meal in itself. Handy location to start a coastal drive around Galicia.... go and see Baiona.. fantastic place.
8.6 Fabulous 667 reviews
Simple hotel clean nice room nice staff good and simple breakfast with lovely Galician bread Tea is never good in Spain or FRANCE so I always take my own as I do not drink coffee Lovely location a few yards from the seafront where there are many lovely little eateries A very nice spot indeed if you are like simple and true places
9.4 Superb 1,677 reviews
This is the eighth spa that we have visited in Spain (Galicia and Asturias) and we have been to some excellent hotels, but Carlos I beat all of them hands down. Everything was perfect. We were very impressed with the friendliness of the staff, the facilities are excellent and the food was delicious. We will definitely return.
8.5 Very good 1,464 reviews
Galician artesian bread . Room was very comfortable. Roof terrace bar but couldn't use it because of the weather. Indoor pool. Fun coloured lights on the front of the hotel at night. Good quality for the price. Taxi rank outside the door and are not exspensive, but you can walk to most places. Modern design and fittings.
8.5 Very good 3,605 reviews
The location of the hotel is absolutely excellent. The staff also. We had a junior suite which was big, with two rooms, very clean, comfortable, peaceful, very nice indeed. It was a great experience to visit this authentic, historic, lively city with a magnificent location by the Atlantic. And Galicia is fantastic region.
9.0 Superb 1,042 reviews
Great location and a friendly welcome as well as from all the staff. Cool top floor breakfast room with a great view if the weather had been good! It is Galicia! The hotel has a good deal [€12 per day] with local car parking providers which helps with costs & plenty of them within close walking distance of the hotel.
8.3 Very good 3,028 reviews
The hotel is close to the park Alameda and to the old city, meantime is also close to the modern shopping streets. The staff was very kind, the room was bright and clean. The hotel is situated right in the bus station of Plaza Galicia therefore we asked and received a room with views in an interior yard. Wifi was good.
8.8 Fabulous 574 reviews
This place is a gem: clean and peaceful room (especially the ones looking to the backyard), super friendly staff, delicious and plentiful (not always in Spain!) breakfast and the hotel is practically next to the possibly one of the most beautiful beaches in Galicia!
8.4 Very good 2,231 reviews
I needed a place to rest after being on the Camino. This was pretty cheap for a hotel and was in the right location: just a 5-minute walk to Plaza de Galicia where I would catch an airport bus the following morning.
8.2 Very good 226 reviews
Staff were excellent - the hotel is perfectly situated and we had a lovely view as we were at the front of the building. Its a great value hotel if you happen to be touring around Galicia
8.3 Very good 739 reviews
Still the best hotel in Galicia and probably Spain. Staff are wonderful. Food is excellent, service too. Reception staff are kind and efficient, always prepared to help.
9.2 Superb 1,979 reviews
The hotel provided a standard of service other hotels should try to achieve. The location was ideal for touring West Galicia and Northern Portugal.
8.5 Very good 1,544 reviews
Location for beach and public transport. The local galician cuisine in the hotel restaurant is excellent. Staff are nice and professional.
8.2 Very good 666 reviews
All except position. Good rooms and breakfast, nice Hotel. I suggest this hotel to everyone wants to to spend some days in Galicia.
8.7 Fabulous 18 reviews
Everything!!!! The house is just a dream come true: authentic, cozy, it really feels like home. Manuela and Juan Carlos made every minute absolutely amazing. The location is also a plus, because it's near everything, including the beach and it's surrounded by an incredible valley and full of nature and options to explore. We also enjoyed the new built jacuzzi. The food is healthy and home made. A place to come back over and over.